ERIC Number: ED290259
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: N/A
Computer Technology/Special Education/Rehabilitation: Proceedings of the Conference (2nd, Northridge, California, October 16-18, 1986).
Murphy, Harry J., Ed.
The following 25 papers (with their authors) are presented from a conference on computer technology in special education and rehabilitation: "Computers for Business--Computers for Life" (I. Keith Austin); "Rehabilitation and the Computer: How to Find What You Need" (Thomas Backer); "Computer Access Alternatives for Visually Impaired People in Employment Situations" (James Bliss); "Interactive Video Instruction for Hearing Impaired Students" (Daniel Campbell); "Laserdisc Technology in the Classroom" (Kim Creighton); "Telecommunications: A New Horizon for the Handicapped" (Pat Cunningham and Joan Gose); "Developing a Writing Lab for Older Disabled Students: Beyond Bank Street" (Farah Fisher); "Reducing the Anxiety in Computer Training" (Farah Fisher); "The Computer Access Project: A Program Model for Vocational Training and Placement for Individuals with Moderate to Severe Cerebral Palsy" (Susan Fleischmann); "Computer Use as a Tool in Vocational Preparation and Adult Basic Educational Curriculums" (Marguerite Harmon and Matthew Frantz); "Computer Aptitude: Learning Disabled Versus Non-Learning Disabled Junior High School Students" (J. Dixon Hearne, et al); "Social Skills Development and Microcomputer Use for Handicapped Adolescents" (Marie Hegwer, et al); "Standard Software for Our Not-So-Standard Hardware" (Tim Hendtlass); "Give Me Tools and I Will Do the Job" (Arthur Heyer); "Tactile Graphic Braille Display" (David Jaffe); "Adaptive Positioning" (Dennis Kviz); "Software for the Atypical and Severely Handicapped Student" (Jude Levine); "Low Cost High Tech: People, Equipment, and Money Resources" (Aimee Luebben); "Software Analysis for Educational and Clinical Utilization" (Aimee Luebben); "Contemporary Applications of Computer Technology: Development of Meaningful Software in Special Education/Rehabilitation" (Russell Mills); "An Interactive Videodisc-Computer Language Program" (R. Scott Osksa); "The Sonoma Voice: An Inexpensive VOCA" (Bob Russell); "The Importance of Keyboarding Skills in Computer Usage with the Handicapped" (Thomas Saka); "Adapting Microcomputers for Special Needs Adults at Pearson Hospital" (Edward Summers, et al); "The Child with Attention Deficit Disorder: Finding a Safe Place to Learn Problem Solving" (Cynthia Terwilliger). (DB)
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Adult Basic Education, Braille, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Disabilities, Educational Media, Elementary Secondary Education, Interactive Video, Interpersonal Competence, Problem Solving, Rehabilitation, Special Education, Telecommunications, Vocational Rehabilitation, Writing Instruction
California State University Foundation, Office of Disabled Student Services, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330 ($14.95; California residents enclose $15.92).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California State Univ., Northridge. Office of Disabled Student Services.
Note: For selected individual papers, see EC 201 721-722 and EC 201 724-734. For the 1985 Proceedings document, see ED 276 233.